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Arnon, Tadmor-Levy
132 Menachem Begin Road, Azrieli Center, Tel Aviv 6702101
31 Hillel Street, Jerusalem 9458131

Work Department

  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Administrative Law and Regulation
  • Class Actions
  • Financial Institutions
  • Public Tenders and Government Contracts


Partner, Litigation


Assaf Priel is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice.

Assaf specializes in civil, commercial, and administrative litigation within the court system, arbitration proceedings, and other alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Additionally, Assaf advises a wide variety of commercial entities, regulatory authorities, financial institutions, and individuals. His practice focuses on contract and commercial disputes, class actions, corporate governance, administrative law, tender law, and media law.

In addition, Assaf has extensive experience providing legal counsel to public and private entities in the preparation of tenders and tender offers of all types.

Assaf’s career as an attorney began at the law offices of Hanan Melcer & Co. (whose named partner currently serves as an Honorable Supreme Court Judge). Later, Assaf gained further litigation experience at another of Israel’s distinguished law firms.

Between 2002-2003, Assaf served as a teaching assistant for Adv. Hanan Melcer in the area of Tender Law at the Law Faculty of Tel Aviv University.




Israel Bar Association


2003 | The Hebrew University of Jerusalem | LLB

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration

Appreciated for its ‘hands-on attitude and result-driven approach’, Arnon, Tadmor-Levy’s group is well-positioned to handle a broad spread of civil and commercial litigation. The team is arguably best-known for its dominant class actions practice, but its recent activity also spans shareholder disputes, arbitration proceedings, IP litigation, privacy matters and administrative law cases, among others. According to some, Barak Tal is ‘one of the best litigators in Israel’, particularly in the areas of class and derivative actions. The group also includes Ruth Loven, who has a prominent record in large-scale cases; Assaf Priel, who ‘thinks on his feet’; Nir Kehat, who contributes extensive experience in administrative law disputes; and Dror Varsano.